Panel on Research Data Management in Practice – April 12
A multi-disciplinary team at Queen's University continues creating valuable opportunities for researchers to stay informed about important developments in Research Data Management (RDM), and how these developments may impact their work. Researchers at Queen's are encouraged to take advantage of the latest of these opportunities, happening Wednesday April 12, 2023.
The panel is aimed at providing Queen's University researchers with a forum for learning about various journeys in RDM while sharing lessons learned, promoting best practices, and building community and collaboration at Queen’s. The panel is aptly timed after the recent release of the Tri-Agency RDM Policy and increasing interest in enhancing RDM support and resources at Queen’s.
About our panelists
Dr. Amber Simpson is the Canada Research Chair in Biomedical Computing and Informatics, and Associate Professor jointly appointed in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences and School of Computing at Queen’s University. Her research group is focused on developing novel computational strategies for improving human health.
Dr. Nathan Brinkow Thanyehténhas is the Associate Head for Indigenous Studies.
Nathan Brinklow Thanyehténhas is Turtle Clan from the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. He is the Associate Head for Indigenous Studies and a Lecturer in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Dr. Patricia Collins is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning, and is cross-appointed to the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies. Her research is broadly situated within healthy and sustainable community planning, through examinations of the determinants of, inequities in, and threats to the liveability of neighbourhoods and cities.
Ruslan Kain is a 3rd year PhD student with the Telecommunications Research Lab (TRL) in the School of Computing at Queen's University. His research interests include edge computing, data science, edge democratization, algorithms, and machine learning.
About Queen’s Data Champions
The Queen’s Data Champions (qDC) is one of eighteen groups across Canada to receive funding from the Digital Research Alliance of Canada as part of the Data Champions Pilot Project . The project aims to encourage a shift in research data culture by promoting sound research data management (RDM) practices. The qDC team includes five experts from across the university, working together to create and develop RDM learning resources for the Queen’s research community. The qDC includes:
- Alicia Cappello, Engineering & Science Librarian, Queen’s University Library
- Elise Degen, Communications & Relations, Centre for Advanced Computing
- Matt Clapp, Manager of Data Platform Services, Information Technology Services
- Meghan Goodchild, Research Data Management Librarian, Queen’s University Library / Scholars Portal
- Rebecca Pero, Information & Project Coordinator, Vice-Principal Research Portfolio)
The 3-part Brown Bag RDM Information series, led by the Queen’s Data Champions (Fall 2022 and Winter 2023), was created with the goal to spread awareness and provide support to the Queen’s community. View slides and recordings from previous RDM sessions.